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Gov. Scott Walker on the Ropes in Wisconsin

Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis., knows how to roll up his sleeves and campaign with the best of them, but strategists say in 2018, that may not be enough. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)

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Thursday, 18 October 2018 11:24 AM Current | Bio | Archive

With about three weeks to go before the election, few pundits in Wisconsin — or in Washington, D.C. — are willing to predict whether the Republican considered for years to be "the most controversial governor in America" can pull off a third term.

The most recent Marquette Law School poll showed Gov. Scott Walker eking out a lead over liberal Democrat Tony Evers, Wisconsin's superintendent of public instruction, by 47 to 46 percent. But the latest RealClearPolitics poll average shows Evers leading by 3.6 percent.

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With about three weeks to go before the election, few pundits in Wisconsin — or in Washington, D.C. — are willing to predict whether the Republican considered for years to be "the most controversial governor in America" can pull off a third term.
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